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Poland calls on Europeans to prevent new military aggression, as it happened in Georgia and Ukraine

President Duda mentioned military aggression that occurred in 2008 in Georgia and in 2014 in Ukraine as examples of inadmissibility of violation of state borders
18:50, 1 September 2019
 
At a memory ceremony in honor of the 80th anniversary of the World War II outbreak in Warsaw, Polish President Andrzej Duda announced the need to decisively confront new military provocations and prevent new military aggression. It is reported by Interfax-Ukraine.

"Until today, we are witnessing the shift of the borders, we see the occupation, prisoners of war (taking place, - ed.). Military provocations... We need to be decisive, we must not indulge this, (...) to be sure that we will never face military aggression again," Duda said.

Duda mentioned military aggression that occurred in 2008 in Georgia and in 2014 in Ukraine as examples of inadmissibility of violation of state borders.
 
Related: Poland to 'bill' Germany for World War II, - Duda


Reportedly, events marking the anniversary of the outbreak of World War II are taking place on Marshal Pilsudski Square in Warsaw, where a parade was held before the speech of the head of state and the Polish national anthem was performed and flags were raised.

Representatives of dozens of foreign countries came to Poland, including US Vice President Mike Pence and German Chancellor Angela Merkel, as well as German President Frank-Walter Steinmeier.

 
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